Sainsbury’s TU clothing 25% off starts Tuesday 27th March - Now live
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Sainsbury’s TU clothing 25% off starts Tuesday 27th March - Now live

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I reckon it's TU's good everyday prices and well chosen good quality stock, plus these regular 25% deals, that's sending Next's profits down the plughole. TU are on the button for this level of popular clothing, whilst other retailers have lost the plot.
mjpower415 m ago

Wrong there - They appeal to different markets altogether. Their core …Wrong there - They appeal to different markets altogether. Their core products are of a totally different quality. A good example would be their chinos which I get both with the TU ones for everyday as they are cheap to replace with the Next ones being a higher quality. A good example is how many washes they tolerate before fading etc Each have have their place but Next themselves acknowledged they got their marketing wrong and their lines were not as good and hey lost focus on their core items


Exactly my point - TU have upped their game and Next have let theirs slide. Next was once a respected mid-market brand but now have clothing that's not noticeably better than this improved supermarket range. They certainly charge more, but image wise nowadays Next = Naff tbh.
mjpower43 h, 51 m ago

Wrong there - They appeal to different markets altogether. Their core …Wrong there - They appeal to different markets altogether. Their core products are of a totally different quality. A good example would be their chinos which I get both with the TU ones for everyday as they are cheap to replace with the Next ones being a higher quality. A good example is how many washes they tolerate before fading etc Each have have their place but Next themselves acknowledged they got their marketing wrong and their lines were not as good and hey lost focus on their core items


Tip - never, ever start your reply with “wrong there” because it is extremely rude and makes readers think you are an idiot. Your further comments confirm this. They aren’t completely different markets if people use both shops. Which they do.
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Awesome hoping this would happen with the extra staff discount
I reckon it's TU's good everyday prices and well chosen good quality stock, plus these regular 25% deals, that's sending Next's profits down the plughole. TU are on the button for this level of popular clothing, whilst other retailers have lost the plot.
Thats not so good for spending lol, is a online sale now already got some bargains for baby grandson 3 pack of t shirts £3.50. Single t shirt £1.25. Jogging suit £3.50 most half priced or more discounted
Good pricing and better than the Primark single use, disposable stuff.
Over the last 6 months or so, with these regular sales they have, TU have taken over my wardrobe, and I have a sneaking suspicious more will be added very soon! HOT.
DonDraper11 h, 13 m ago

I reckon it's TU's good everyday prices and well chosen good quality …I reckon it's TU's good everyday prices and well chosen good quality stock, plus these regular 25% deals, that's sending Next's profits down the plughole. TU are on the button for this level of popular clothing, whilst other retailers have lost the plot.


Wrong there - They appeal to different markets altogether. Their core products are of a totally different quality. A good example would be their chinos which I get both with the TU ones for everyday as they are cheap to replace with the Next ones being a higher quality. A good example is how many washes they tolerate before fading etc

Each have have their place but Next themselves acknowledged they got their marketing wrong and their lines were not as good and hey lost focus on their core items
Edited by: "mjpower4" 25th Mar
mjpower415 m ago

Wrong there - They appeal to different markets altogether. Their core …Wrong there - They appeal to different markets altogether. Their core products are of a totally different quality. A good example would be their chinos which I get both with the TU ones for everyday as they are cheap to replace with the Next ones being a higher quality. A good example is how many washes they tolerate before fading etc Each have have their place but Next themselves acknowledged they got their marketing wrong and their lines were not as good and hey lost focus on their core items


Exactly my point - TU have upped their game and Next have let theirs slide. Next was once a respected mid-market brand but now have clothing that's not noticeably better than this improved supermarket range. They certainly charge more, but image wise nowadays Next = Naff tbh.
DonDraper13 h, 34 m ago

I reckon it's TU's good everyday prices and well chosen good quality …I reckon it's TU's good everyday prices and well chosen good quality stock, plus these regular 25% deals, that's sending Next's profits down the plughole. TU are on the button for this level of popular clothing, whilst other retailers have lost the plot.


I would agree with that 100%.

Be down to our Sains and hidden at the back a couple things I want which are in the Half Price section. Still there on Tues - will be in there first thing - and that will be 75% off! Plus Nectar pts.
Naughty... but who cares, it's all about what you can save.
Thanks for sharing.
mjpower43 h, 51 m ago

Wrong there - They appeal to different markets altogether. Their core …Wrong there - They appeal to different markets altogether. Their core products are of a totally different quality. A good example would be their chinos which I get both with the TU ones for everyday as they are cheap to replace with the Next ones being a higher quality. A good example is how many washes they tolerate before fading etc Each have have their place but Next themselves acknowledged they got their marketing wrong and their lines were not as good and hey lost focus on their core items


Tip - never, ever start your reply with “wrong there” because it is extremely rude and makes readers think you are an idiot. Your further comments confirm this. They aren’t completely different markets if people use both shops. Which they do.
jnigel261 h, 33 m ago

I would agree with that 100%.Be down to our Sains and hidden at the back a …I would agree with that 100%.Be down to our Sains and hidden at the back a couple things I want which are in the Half Price section. Still there on Tues - will be in there first thing - and that will be 75% off! Plus Nectar pts. Naughty... but who cares, it's all about what you can save.



Numeracy check - a further 25% off 50% discounted stuff means you pay 37.5% of original, not 25%.
bozo0075 h, 32 m ago

Good pricing and better than the Primark single use, disposable stuff.


No idea what you do with your primark clothing but my kids primark clothing has passed through 3 boys and still good. My daughter has had plenty of primark hand me downs all still in great condition. In comparison we had a pair of next jeans which ripped on the first minor fall!

I've noticed sainsburys uniform jumpers fade quite quickly whereas the asda ones have kept their colour well.
adhkarzf1 h, 24 m ago

No idea what you do with your primark clothing but my kids primark …No idea what you do with your primark clothing but my kids primark clothing has passed through 3 boys and still good. My daughter has had plenty of primark hand me downs all still in great condition. In comparison we had a pair of next jeans which ripped on the first minor fall!I've noticed sainsburys uniform jumpers fade quite quickly whereas the asda ones have kept their colour well.


depends what clothes you buy. I have some of the kids stuff as hand me down and it's fine, but I bought myself a hoodie and on the first wash it all went mega bobbly and awful. The kids stuff holds it shape better than the grown ups as well.
I’m 28 and many of my clothes are from Sainsbury’s! I have this beautiful fox jumper and I wear it so much and it hasn’t even faded! Absolutely everyone compliments it, thinking that it’s from Joules etc
Is this in Scotland too? Dates were different last time in the uk
My kids were bought some Primark leggings and tops for Christmas. The leggings left dark marks on my cream carpet and dark fluff marks on their legs and then shrank in the wash (40 degrees) the first time they were washed, so much so that they no longer fit!
IMO I find Sainsbury product the most decent quality compared to the Big 3 supermarkets. Asda clothing are best at par with Primark.

Everyone is price sensitive these days especially when it comes to kids clothing. Companies who are losing out to Sainsbury IMO are Next, GAP and M&S.

TBH the 3 major stores have poor designs amd poor fitting
adamnsu24 m ago

IMO I find Sainsbury product the most decent quality compared to the Big 3 …IMO I find Sainsbury product the most decent quality compared to the Big 3 supermarkets. Asda clothing are best at par with Primark. Everyone is price sensitive these days especially when it comes to kids clothing. Companies who are losing out to Sainsbury IMO are Next, GAP and M&S.TBH the 3 major stores have poor designs amd poor fitting


I agree with that, supermarket clothes for me start with Sainsburys, then Tesco, Asda are rubbish as a general rule, although I have had a couple of t-shirts which were ok, and Morrisons - well the odd bit I've bought from there seems ok, but they have such a small selection theres rarely anything to buy.
Yes, I bought a very nice grey, herringbone dressing-gown from my local Sainsburys recently and it's very good quality. Might pop down again this week to see if anything else catches the eye.
julieallen7 h, 47 m ago

I agree with that, supermarket clothes for me start with Sainsburys, then …I agree with that, supermarket clothes for me start with Sainsburys, then Tesco, Asda are rubbish as a general rule, although I have had a couple of t-shirts which were ok, and Morrisons - well the odd bit I've bought from there seems ok, but they have such a small selection theres rarely anything to buy.


I used to buy a lot of stuff from Asda but in the last two years or so, quality and choice has took a nose dive. I don't mind it in the sale though, T-shirts for £1-2 a piece that can be worn as lounge wear or for a messy activity. Tesco underwear and socks have more stretch and durability than most of Primark's offerings-they are good spares. Sainsbury's are proving to be rather good quality, I've just bought more PJs from there that are perfect for the summer. Sainsbury's leggings and tights are worth it too compared to the leggings from Primark that either rip or shrink! I've never actually seen adult clothing in Morrisons, only child's.
aww, already been into town twice this week!.
flaxdoctor25th Mar

Tip - never, ever start your reply with “wrong there” because it is ext …Tip - never, ever start your reply with “wrong there” because it is extremely rude and makes readers think you are an idiot. Your further comments confirm this. They aren’t completely different markets if people use both shops. Which they do.


Probably should have said Target Markets? Tip if using Wrong There is the worst or rude thing you see on here then I apologise The fact some people use both is an irrelevance of sorts because the original statement said it was the pricing offers etc that drove Next’s profit to drop
Is it still on til the end of today?
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